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Poseidon for UML

Poseidon for UML is a fully featured UML CASE Tool. It is fully implemented in Java, and features Java code generation, platform independence, support for XMI as the standard file format, the ability to export diagrams as GIF, PS, EPS, and SVG, undo/redo, copy/cut/paste, drag and drop, internationalization and localization for English, German, French, and Spanish, auto-layout of reverse engineered diagrams, and cognitive support. It is easy to install and update with InstallAnywhere or JavaWebStart.

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Recent releases

  •  19 Sep 2003 01:05

    Release Notes: This version is a major overhaul and adds many improvements in all areas. Most importantly, it has a new rendering engine and the saving format now includes UML 2.0 Diagram Interchange information.

    •  23 Apr 2003 08:45

      Release Notes: This version improves many small details and further improves stability and performance. It has become more responsive, and the loading and importing times have been cut dramatically. The main focus of this release is on stability of loading, saving, and merging projects.

      •  11 Dec 2002 18:03

        Release Notes: This release is focused on performance and stability, and is very smooth, fast, and stable. Existing features (like navigation, code generation, and roundtrip) have been rounded off, and the new user interface (new look and feel, zoom, bird's eye view) is finished. You can now zoom and pan in the bird view, the most recent diagrams are accessible through tabs, there is a write-ahead feature for selection boxes. Poseidon now saves conforming to XMI 1.2 and UML 1.4.

        •  10 Sep 2002 17:26

          Release Notes: The focus of this release is stability and usability. The most obvious change is the new front end design. It has new icons, good handling, and well designed navigation. The new zoom and a bird-eye overview also add usability.

          •  01 Jul 2002 17:23

            Release Notes: Improvements to the sequence diagram, the navigation tree, and printing.

            Recent comments

            07 Jun 2003 21:45 cola_junkee

            This product rocks!
            Gentleware, you've made a believer out of me! Why spend much $$$ for TogetherSoft or Rational when this product is available at an affordable price, with most, if not all, the same features.

            Much more stable than ArgoUML, you must've put a lot of work ironing out problems, it shows. Keep up the good work..

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